Dietitians & Nutritionist Professionals

At our core, we are Registered Dietitians, Nutritionists, and Health Educators who are passionate about helping you achieve your health and wellness goals. With our combined expertise and experience, we are committed to providing you with the tools, knowledge, and support you need to live your best life.

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About Our Clinic Services

We offer exceptional telehealth services led by certified nutritionists to assist with managing diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and various other health concerns. Our registered dietitians are available to your organization as contractors, credentialed under your name, providing Medical Nutrition Therapy visits for your patients. Experience personalized care and dedicated support as we work together to achieve your patients’ health and wellness goals.

We offer registered dietitians to your organization as contractors credentialed under your organization and provide Medical Nutrition Therapy visits for your patients.

Registered Dietitians and Nutritionist Professionals

Plug and Play Program

If you currently do not have a health education nutrition department, we will develop a plug-n-play program to immediately get your patients seen under MNT.

All visits are billable under CMS and fully reimbursed according to your PPS rate. If a patient is nonbillable, we provide rapid screenings and check-ups with our system templates to help count the patient under federal reporting guidelines.

We have a very productive team and a proven workflow model, which will help increase your patient visits and improve key medical metrics.

Maximize your current health and nutrition department. We provide coaching and training for your existing staff to get the most out of each MNT visit.

Our Services

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We offer medical nutrition therapy (MNT) from a registered and licensed dietitian, also known as outpatient nutrition counseling. We can help treat malnutrition, kidney disease, diabetes, and many others. These services can be covered by insurance with a physician order and are also available for patients out-of-pocket without a physician order.

What disease states can the dietitians at RDN Pro assess?

Our outpatient dietitian team is diverse in its backgrounds and practice. Our registered dietitians assess and treat patients of all age groups, from infants to the elderly, and are educated and trained in diagnoses, including:

What Is Medical Nutrition Therapy?

RDNs treat diabetes with medical nutrition therapy, called MNT. MNT includes a nutrition diagnosis and therapeutic and counseling services to help you manage diabetes. Many insurance plans cover these services. Medicare Part B covers MNT for diabetes and kidney disease. If you have private insurance, check with your plan for specific coverage details. An RDN who meets certain requirements can provide these services.

An RDN can discuss various nutrition approaches to help you manage diabetes. For example, include carbohydrate counting, simplified meal plans, healthy food choices, exchange lists, and behavior strategies. One study found that three to six months after MNT, HbA1c was reduced. Plus, research shows that meeting regularly with an RDN helps manage weight, improves cholesterol levels, decreases the need for medicines, and reduces the risk for other diseases.

What Is Medical Nutrition Therapy?

RDNs are the food and nutrition experts. They have completed multiple levels of training established by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. Some RDNs are generalists — they know a variety of nutrition subjects. Others have a particular interest or an advanced credential. An RDN who is a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, or CDCES, educates people with diabetes on managing their condition and improving their health outcomes.

How Do RDNs Help?

An RDN determines what therapy is best for you and works with you on short- and long-term plans. To successfully manage the disease, people with diabetes need to understand how foods and nutrition affect their bodies. RDNs provide detailed information about how to eat and practical tips for addressing daily challenges. A dietitian can put together a daily meal plan that considers your individual food preferences, level of physical activity, and lifestyle choices.

What Should I Expect?

The length of a visit with an RDN may vary. Learning to manage diabetes is complicated, so you may need four to five visits across three to six months. Also, yearly follow-ups are recommended. At these visits, you learn new information about diabetes and nutrition.

Diabetes Care

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Diabetes affects the body’s ability to make or properly use insulin. This leads to high blood glucose (sugar) in the blood. Maintaining a healthy blood sugar level is key to managing diabetes. Choosing nutritious foods and watching portion sizes can help you control blood sugar levels. And a registered dietitian nutritionist, or RDN, can help you learn how to get the nutrients you need.

ADA Recognition Services

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The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate the public about diabetes and help those affected by it through funding research to manage, cure, and prevent diabetes (including type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, etc and pre-diabetes).
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We have successfully helped organizations get ADA certified and recognized it as an education program. These benefits include:

Traditional Programs may add an unlimited number of expansion sites with no additional fee

Recognition Application processed in under 30 business days

Referrals from local ADA offices and through our Center for Information(link is external)

Free access to Chronicle Diabetes – a HIPAA and HI-Tech compliant web-based system that provides healthcare professionals tools to facilitate diabetes education documentation.

Quarterly newsletter that provides recognition tips and updates

Free DSME and MNT Reimbursement Guide

Ability to speak with an ERP Staff member Monday through Friday between 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST. All emails and phone calls received outside of business hours are responded to within one business day.

40 percent discount(link is external) on American Diabetes Association's publications and books

Ability to request an invitation to ERP's monthly Q & A teleconference for new program coordinators and programs that will be submitting an application or an annual status report. Register Now(link is external)

Group Classes

Group visits benefit the patients because they interact with their peers and learn from each other’s experiences. We have developed a fun interactive program with dynamic providers that gets patients excited to join regularly.

Classes for your health center or health plan with an RD and or certified lifestyle coaches.

Group Classes Include:

Pediatric nutrition classes

Diabetes / pre-diabetes management classes

Hypertension classes (lowering blood pressure)

Weight management classes

Healthier habits for life classes

Nutrition Education

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Nutritional Counseling and or Educational Services is an individually designed service that provides an assessment of the patient’s dietary needs, food patterns, and the planning for the provision of food appropriate for the patient’s conditions or the provision of nutrition education and counseling to meet every day and therapeutic needs.

These services may include:

Assessment of nutritional status and food preferences.

The provision of in-service education to the patients, family, advocates, and staff and consultation on specific dietary problems of the patient's peers.

The provision of in-service education to the patients, family, advocates, and staff and consultation on specific dietary problems of the patient's peers.

We plan to provide appropriate dietary intake within the waiver participant's home environment and cultural considerations.

The provision of in-service education to the patients, family, advocates, and staff and consultation on specific dietary problems of the patient's peers.

Nutritional education regarding therapeutic diets is part of developing a healthy treatment plan.

Regular evaluation and revision of nutritional plans.

The provision of in-service education to the patients, family, advocates, and staff and consultation on specific dietary problems of the patient's peers.

Meal Planning

We develop customized nutrition plans for each patient to promote healthier eating habits. We have experience working in hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient medical organizations.
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Chart Auditing

We review your Registered Dietitian Nutritionist progress notes to ensure it is in compliance and will pass any audits related to the dietitian program. Our credentialed Dietitians ensure a thorough review of current and past charts. 

Hypertension

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Medication and dietary changes tend to be the first lines of defense when it comes to combating high blood pressure. RDN Pro, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian can help you create lifestyle habits to reduce your blood pressure, such as how to lose those extra pounds and then maintain a healthy body weight.

These services we offer:

We clear up the confusion surrounding what, when and how much to eat to help you manage your blood pressure

We assist you with meal planning to help you optimally manage your condition

We advocate and/or communicate with your primary healthcare Team, doctor, or specialist.

We explain the basics of high blood pressure, and myth bust, and provide you with nutrition recommendations.

We help you manage emotions related to making the changes required to improve your health and quality of life.

We empower you to manage your health by understanding how to grocery shop, read nutrition labels, and prepare meals that you enjoy.

We provide you with cooking tips, meal prep guidance, recipe modifications, and snack ideas.

Telehealth

Based on our patient surveys. Patients preferred follow-up visits due to the convenience, fuel prices, child care, and safety. We provide secure telehealth visits through the EHR module and other HIPAA-approved telehealth technologies.
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Insurance

Our staff is malpractice insured and bonded.

Credentialing

Our team uses credentialing software to help keep all of our staff in compliance. We also manage it on our end to ensure nothing is missed. We pass this information on to you. We provide a seamless process during the credentialing process with our staff onboarding. Our staff can comply with your organization to obtain privileges to start seeing patients right away.

What People Say

As a patient, RDN staff is very compassionate and keeps me engaged in helping me lower my A1c.

A Robinson

RDN Pro’s staff are very productive and ensure that all our diabetes patients who get a referral to the RD get seen in a timely manner.
R Gomez
I always have a pleasure speaking with Dr. Mejia during my visits! She is a wonderful RD and I am happy she is helping me eat better.
D Roberts

FAQ

A: RDN Pro offers nutritional counseling, classes, and support groups for those looking to manage their diabetes and improve their weight.

A: The fees vary depending on the type of service. Private nutritional counseling with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist costs $50 for the initial one-hour session and $25 for follow-up sessions. The Diabetes & Prediabetes Self-Management Class costs $25. Group nutrition services, including weight management programs, range from $45-$80 for members and non-members, while individual sessions for diabetic meal plans cost $112.50 per session and $102 per session for counseling for nondiabetic patients.

A: Yes, a physician referral is needed prior to scheduling an appointment with the registered dietitian.

A: Yes, RDN Pro accepts insurance and insurance copayments are due at the time of service. However, insurance billing is not currently available for some services.

A: RDN Pro’s registered dietitians have a minimum of a Bachelor of Science in foods, nutrition, and/or exercise. They are registered by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and are credentialed by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. They may hold graduate degrees including a master’s and doctorate and may hold additional certifications such as certified diabetes educators or CDE, and Certificates of Adult Weight Management.

A: RDN Pro’s registered dietitians can help manage a wide range of medical conditions, including diabetes, gestational diabetes, pre-renal and cardiac concerns, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cancer, prenatal, eating disorders, sports nutrition, pediatrics, vegetarian, celiac disease, and other special diets.

A: The consultation will start with a nutrition assessment where your activity, eating behavior, and medical and dietary histories will be evaluated to create a plan for you. You will receive scientifically based advice, realistic recommendations, and up-to-date nutritional information that will allow for long-lasting results. Working with the dietitian, you will set goals and decide on next steps.

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